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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather— Occasional rain tonight, Thursday. Lows tonight, mid 50s. Highs Thursday, low lids. ©lh# Cattie f&ttpitfo ©tijeWc CITY FINAL 15 CENTS VOLUME 92 - N I'M HEK 294 SOME CKIJAK HAKIDS, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1974 NIXON ASSOCIATED PRESS. IPI, NEW YORK TIMES Magruder: Offered To Take Blame Voter Sign-up Repeal Called For by Schaben Gazette Leased Wires WASHINGTON — Former Nixon campaign aide Job Stuart Magruder told the Watergate cover-up trial Wednesday that he volunteered to take the blame for the breakin at Demo- By Frank Nye State Sen. Jim Schaben would i recommend repeal of the law I requiring statewide voter-regis-i tration if elected governor, he told a news conference at Gage Memorial Union on the Coe college campus Wednesday mom-| »ng. Schaben, the Democratic candidate for governor, said, “Re-,    .    ,    publicans    pushed through    the nu I' TIT :    legislature the statewide rc R is- ldca , " as trillion law and now ti is back-rejected by White House aides. firin( , Qn |||em .. Magruder for rn e r deputy s ,,,. dH . n said |( , jn director of Richard Nixon s re- sma||er counUts arc , rn[aU . d election committee, said that over one week after the June 17, 1972. sa j d breakin he met with former At-1 cou |^j torney General Mitchell and of-Lion ’ fered to go to the U. S. attor-j ney's office and say    he had    au- t bori zed the political    in-1    Schaben    declared, “Most    peo- telligence plan that    led to    the    pie can furnish the identifica- having to register and “I personally feel we do away with registra- “Waste of Time” He Remains on Critical List LONG BEACH, Calif, i Apl— Trivia Nixon Cox and Julie Former President Nixon is still Nixon Eisenhower, who flew in on the critical list, although he from the East Coast. shows some improvement and Mrs Nlxon and hor two his int'ina' bleeding has ap- daughters remained with the pareriK stopped, his doctor former President until late sr,iu Wednesday.    Tuesday night and then went to His vital signs ate stable, | be Nixon’s seaside villa at San said Dr John Lungren, adding Clemente, 50 miles south of that Nixon had some "interrupt-    Beach, so the former cd sleep during the night. President could have “undis-1 he former President is ex- turbed r(>st; - said a Nixon ajdr periencing restlessness and oc casional nausea. Lungren said. Discontinued A White House spokesman > Tit word that President Ford was praying for Nixon but had made no plans to visit the former President Slight Fever He said anti - coagulation therapy — which triggered the bleeding that sent, Nixon into shock for throe hours Tuesday ,     y    NjSDn - s    |sc latter phlebitis surgery — had , ratc had incrcased and hp had a bren discontinued    .md    will no!     s || g | d f ever jj c sald    [sjj xon wa s ic begun again    urn ii    we feel     |rece j v , n g medication intra- safe that bleeding from surgery t V enouslv I is not a danger.    Twelve    hours    earlier,    sur- aungren said Nixon    received    g eons bad attached    a plastic during     ( .|jp _ resembling a    clothespin with teeth — to a vein in Nixon's groin to control a newly discovered blood clot resulting burglary.    jtion’’    needed to establish their! Asked about Mitchell’s reac- r *f?ht to vote.    ^    three pints of blood tion. Magruder said. “He didn t He called registration “a    lr*’,    mg    >jflSEL    \ a    »    transfusions to counteract shock accept it or reject it. He said he wash* of time and a waste of ef-    ♦    %    'x    Ti rn ' internal bleeding Ile said would discuss it at the White fort,” and said there hadn t    rn    rn    more blood was beng held in fI(,Use -    ^ ri , / \ l(i ! n(< •/'    ) ot , !    NIXON    SURGEONS    — Doctors Eldon Hickman, left, .and John Lungren discuss the operation they “There were no significant He said Mitchell told him fraud in Iowa before it went into    ,    ,    ugmutdiu later “thev had discussed it at effect    performed on former President Nixon.    bleeding problems encountered ; L ii 11 ; , v Statewide registration was    __ at the time of surgeryhe said. the White House and had reject- aiaiewiae registration was---------------—-—.-- tinfTr .    '    •    J cd it because I was too close to P* 88 ®** ,JV ,hc W-W legislature    ithl2IS2 Zn' n -“lr “ “=:HC.R. Engineering To Move to Marion |#“ rd Magruder also testified that The previous legislature    bleeding to secondary reaction he was told that Nixon “was passed a law requiring registra- By Larry Tanner    the group developing the Linn-This builds a stronger economy Verhille also cited the aurae- to anti-coagulation drugs Nixon particularly pleased’ by his cf-, t ion in counties of over 50.000. Cedar Rapids Engineering^* 1 ^ industrial arca, said the based on a variety of agricul- lion of better professional ser- had been receiving to combat; DACCA, Bangladesh (AP) forts to keep the truth fronvwhich include the other nine in r 0I D announced its ,^*^0,.,^ ( e< * ar    finn will be locat-tural and manufactured prod- vices such as medical and den- the threat of potentially fatal J Secretary of State Kissmger coming out.    Iowa.    I    ,    cd on a 20-acre site on the north ucts so we can weather the ups tai care: tax revenue from the blood clots.    said Wednesday that the door to Magruder said he was told Prior to that legislation regis- UeS ^ n1 ^    moving to edge of the development. He and downs ol aa uncertain eco-manufacturing property, and*    Intensive    Care    negotiations between Israel and that by then White House coun- oration was required on Iv in ^ Iarion    said the area will be annexed to nomic future.    jobs    and    career opportunities    the Arabs still appears lo be sel John Dean.    cities of IO OOO or more and was Thomas A. Parks, president of the city and he asked the coun- “There is a benefit that can- f or young people.    Lungren    said    Nixon    is    receive    open and he will probably visit Inscribing how he formulated optional in cities under 10.000. Kwik-Way. parent company of cd to extend water and sewer not be expressed in money. It The ( . oun( . i , dirPcted pu blica- ,n « intravenous antibiotics and the Middle East late next week a false story to tell a grand jury Schaben said that when Pres- Le dar Rapids Engineering,’told lines into it.    consists of people. Constructive tion of a noticc of intention to was under contmuous intensive. t() assess the prospects. (Continued. Page 3, Col. 7.) Henry Sees Way to Peace n Mid-East # DACCA. on Aug. 16. 1972. nearly two jdent Ford came to Iowa last the Marion council the firm has months to the day after the week, he recommended that Re- sold its present facility at 902 Employ 260 people who take an interest in issue industrial revenue bonds Parks termed Cedar Rapids the community’s growth as well nof t() exceed $2,650,000 for the public hearing care “Specially trained critical care nurses are with him the clock,” “That decision will be made in the next 72 hours,” Kissinger told newsmen as he flew from Lungren j nd | y t0 Bangladesh. breakin. Magruder said Dean publicans get out and vote. Iron-!Seventeenth street NE and is Engineering as “the largest lo-os their own.     i it ui v jvt u pu „ MV iiV told him. “Our other defendants ically. he continued. Republican looking for a place to relocate.     1    T    se    Leadership    date of Nov. 21.    aroun 3 ifiSL    SStJS!. .'' ia T^- , pas ?? •• Mariun 0ur first choice ”    “People    who will serve on    No    Tux    Money    I    All    emergency    resuscitation    “Step-by-Step” false story’’    it mure difficult for oeonb^tn    a h rn    cally-owned manufacturing fa- c i v i c boards, councils and The council also referred the equipment for any contingency Kissinger s spokesman, Rob- "her defendants referred to^reS U.cS re be    he    Un^AirTt     e ‘ m r y “S CedW    who    coach barbal, and U„ n -A ir c Induna, Estates to are a, his bedside.    art Anderson, Stud a stale- to bv Magruder were the seven is,ration J and now obvious* ^stnal Estates a develo4ent M !T ?"t.    „    ,    „ *n    get    the    ft* piano,ng and zontng com- He ,s betnq mon,tor,si as any rnen t saytng that the Arab sum- men who would be indicted a ifs backfiring on them ”    '    whfc^ ha,    imtlatd ad     ,ac ,f y    T P    ^     UM! ,°' lho,r lcadc ' rSh / P , and lcg ‘     for    ^     and    r, ' conv    pa " ,,nt    *" m " , ' al    , rnndl " on '     ;md    fOnfe-r.t.c,    which    ended in wnicn nas win lniuaun aa p ersons with a payroll of about work because manufacturing is mendation.    this    includes continuous mom- Rabat Tuesday has not changed Would Recommend    )acent to the private airport on ^ million. We expect sales an- here to give them their liveli- Joe Painter, city manager, toring of heart activity and such (h ( > American position that edge, east of nua||y t0 bc about $20 million.” hood.'    '    ...... south of high- p ar k s sa j d month later for their roles in the breakin,    j b ^    city's east Magruder said Dean told him Pressed whether he would bli , bvvav 13 and how pleased everyone at the recommend repeal of statewide    . White House and the Nixon registration. Schaben said he ;    ,,    .    .     u ‘ d ® r    Hcjpif.s    Engineering campaign committee were favored that and he definitely lar ^ a P*' ds    ‘    manufactures kwik-Uay ma-, about his efforts to .suppress the would try to eliminate it in the lc,d!s Sdid P r * sent I )llir,t fdcdl ' chin ^‘ tools whlch are involved 90 smallest counties of the state are 30(1 sma U- Park- in the automotive service muring for employes is also needed, ket. Parks gave the council a truth about Watergate. “He mentioned the President was particularly pleased." Magruder said. “Fire in Fireplace ’ Magruder. the third prosecution witness, described how Mitchell and other high-level officials first learned of the aborted breakin and said steps were taken quickly to destroy potentially incriminating files and to Schaben started his campaign day in Cedar Rapids at the FMC (Continued: Page 3. Col. 4.1 Iowa Manufacturing Co. has br j e f slide presentation concern-purchased the present plant mg Kwik-Way products. Robert Verhille. president of “We expect to draw our labor Dutch Ponder Demands by Prison Rebels told The Gazette issuance of tests as constant monitoring of “step-by-step negotiations, in-revenue bonds will not involve blood volume determination. eluding between Jordan and tax money    “Premature”    j Israel on the West Bank. offered “The firm will sell the bonds The statement added. “At this the greatest hope of succeeding time it would be premature to ut the present time.” and assume the liability for Thieu Fires Trio of Corps Commanders payment. I he city will have no p rov jde a prognosis” — profile-! Tho Arab summit called for liability in the matter. The is- tjon of Nixon’s outcome.    I creation of an independent Is suance of the bonds by the city Medical “shook” moans a col- lestinian stale on (Im* Wesi Bank simply means the firm will be i a ps(» of blood circulation    I    of the Jordan river with the able to take advantage of the Small arteries, called arteri- guerilla loaders of the Palestine lower municipal rate of inter- (t ] os dl | a f (>i or expand, thereby Liberation Organization headed    losing ability to contract nor- mg the government The proposed Cedar liapid^s ma j|y to push freshened bltKxi to israeli Information Minister Engineering “There is a monetary factor Ahmad Nun, demanded a geta- da t es vie re discussed in the form of men and women way plane Tuesday night to take SAIGON (AP) — President    Opposition    factions said devise a credible explanation Thicu fired three of    Vjet .    ^ ^ ^ efM)Ugh & nU*,ncT y    ":"" s p,ur ™ r ' K «ommanders     groups have    demanded his MaqTuder quoted Mitchell    as    *“' y ' "*    -     lgnat!on . sa>lng he has changed    who    work a, jobs that    would    no, them “to th telling him a, a meeting    on     Th ,, u was appari , mly trying    peraonnel but not policies.    ^    ^     I " anu,artur ‘"' ! June 19. 1972, that I should    critics    in    the    U.S. and The corps commanders Thieu have a fire in my fireplace    to     b j urd | b( , effect of a series of    fired are all lieutenants general, take care of wiretap informa-     c h e d u I e d anti-government    They were given lesser jobs as tion on the Democrats.    demonstrations in Saigon    commanders of training “Did you. in fact, have a fire shortly after the announce- schools. in your fireplace    that evening.     mcn j opposition religious and    The only    corps commander asked assistant special prosecu-    political leaders began a    derm    whose job remained intact was tor Jill Wine \ olner    on st rat ion near Tan Son    Shut    Ll. Gen. Ngo Quang Truong. Aes. I did.    Magruder    p    airbase outside Saigon It was    who commands the northern The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average plied.    peaceful and pollee made    no ef-    First corps that includes the    was    up    17.37    at    676 61 Gainer “The next rn ming I told    Mr     f(jrt t#l bn -;tk it no    m^inr    of Da Nang and    outnumlK i red    losers    3-1 on New York Stock Exchange of the force from the Cedar    Rapids-*    THE HAGUE (IPI) —    The Marion area and the    smaller    Dutch government set up a    task communities nearby, such as force Wednesday to consider the Anamosa and Springville,- h- den,ands; of four rebel crmr tcts Kn! ,, nf( . nM1 , buildings w « u I d part , |hc body _ jnc | udinfi A() Variv saj(i hLi E ^ ern . s - lld -     u    for a flight out (rf the country in have Sfiixai to tut,.Mkt square lh( , hoart and brain    men!    would    not    hand    over    the In announcing plans    for the    exchange for 16 hostages held in    f 00{    0 f     S p act .    An office    building    shock can result from industrial area and the    location    a small prison chapel.    would    be    located    in    front    with     ( .j den t a | of Cedar Rapids Engineering on The four armed convicts, led j b( , manufacturing area behind, bleeding, excessive the site, Verhille said:    by Arab guerilla hijacker Adnan jj 0 construction or completion ( j on (d or j» ans during surgery, Mitchell I had Gemstone file,” rind destroyed Magruder the ad- fort to break it up. Aid Bid corps major cities Hue. Stocks Fly High Again NEW YORK (AP) Stock* rose sharply again Wednesday Jones aver Gail the destination of our at the time of our choice.” They asked Wednesday for news reports on their prison takeover and on the Middle East ;ind the government consented. Dutch officials have not responded to the prisoners’ demands for a getaway plane I'he prisoners also asked for a tailed Dutch leftist to inspect their escape route to iContinued Page 3. Col. 3. > 32 Killed in Plane Crash can result from _ ac- 1 territory to the guerillas, injuries, excessive ^ senior American official munipulu said i^i*.singer still has liopes of salvaging the step-by-stcp approach, but he described the situation as or operations on the vascular a minefield. No Plans The official also said Kis-inger has no plans to meet with system The veinous. or vein system, is particularly sensitive 10 manipulation surgically N i x o n had a major vein clamped mostly shut. Nixon’s wife. Pat. was with,y as j r Arafat, the head ot th* EDMONTON, Alta. (AP) — A Nixon after the surgery. A pj/j jf Kissinger goes to the Canadian oil company plane Nixon aide described her as \i, dd i e East, he will visit crashed through Arctic ice “strained and trying to keep Egypt, Israel. Jordan, Syria Wednesday and 32 of tlx* 34 herself up during these difficult and probably Saudi Arabia, the aboard were killed.    times    ” A spokesman for Pan Arctic Mrs Nixon was later joined Oils, Ltd., said the survivors by Nixon's longtime were in serious condition and secretary. Rose Mary Wood have been flown to Edmonton. and the two Nixon daughter Cover Story Then he told how it was dead Roman Catholic priests led youthful marchers with torchlights and banners denouncing Thieu for repression of civil cd to explain the $250.OOO budget parties a n d corruption for political intelligence gather Army Readies War on 14 Million Birds jfficial added Kissinger came to hungry persona Bangladesh after promising India upward ol a million tons from the phlebitis in his left leg The jaw like clip allows blood to flow, but impales the movement of life threatening clots to the heart and lungs In Memphis, Term . Dr, Rob ing He said Herbert Porter, an other campaign committee of ficial. agreed to tell official* that $100,(HK) was used for protection for surrogates rn campaign appearances in Nix en s behalf. Magruder said he told auth or i ties that th** remaining (Continued Page 3. Col 6 ) Toil if 'x Chuckle The problem with pulling the wool over tile voters’ evils that they soon recognize the Vain.    copvri«h» The demonstrators apparently were unaware of his military shakeup Western analysts said the shakeup was part of a bul to .jI'LL K* ,,n supplementary military and economic aid The military aid has been cut in half by congress, and an economic aid measure faces a si-! miliar cut Last week Thieu dismissed four cabinet ministers who had come tinder fire for press restrictions and for rice and fertilizer scandals involving millions of U.S. dollars Not Far Enough Ile also dismissed 377 field: grade ut fleers for corruption. I WASHINGTON 1AP1 The army has a new enemy vvitii 14 million airborne troops a noisy horde of birds roosting in a pine grove. The birds, mostly starlings, are flocking to the pine forests of Fort Campbell. Kv , and the Milan army ammunition plant in Tennessee as in pie vious autumns but this year the army is preparing a light to the finish A Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday the army plans to spray the birds with a deter gent that will remove Hie natural oil from their feathers. The oil protects them from inclement weather and when the temperature drops below 45, they will die from the cold. The Environmental Defense Fund says there are more humane ways of handling the problem but does not dispute the need to get rid of the estimated 1 1 million blackbirds Maureen Hinkle, a }>es-ticidis expert at the environmental organization, suggested that the army set up a large funnel near the roosting gioiiii'is with a light a* the end of it It the light is turned on iii Hie middle of the night, the birds will fly directly into it killing themselves instantly as they strike the lens, she said. The birds became a problem several years ago when pine groves at Fort Campbell and the ammunition plant matured to a point where they provided ideal roosting grounds. There are few natural predators, and nearby farms provide sufficient grain fields for the birds to raid for food. Recent warm winters have reduced the normal mortality rate. said the Smithsonian Institution’s Eugene Morton. "Perhaps the best thing is trying lo live with the problem.” he suggested. But in Hopkinsville, Ky ., 15 miles north of the army {Mist, the town clerk, Terry Rogers, said the birds must go “We grow quite a bit of grain and they've done hundreds of thousands oi dollars’ damage,” bt* said, explaining tha* their foraging trips t ike them over a PH) square-mile area. The Kentucky department of agriculture estimated last year that -farmers near the post suffered a IO (Havent to 20 percent seed loss to the birds. Rogers said. Ile said the army has tried to thin out the groves and Scare the birds tram landing by firing loud volleys, hut has been unsuccessful. Besides, he said, this would simply chase them from army property into privately-owned fields. The Environmental Defense Fund said it would consider seeking court action to halt the army if the army does not first publish an assessment of the environmental impact of its attack. The fund also said doves, robins and bluebirds nesting in the pine trees would be killed by the aerial detergent, known as Tcrgitol, and the effect on plant life has not yet been evaluated. Bul Major f 'tulip Fogel, a Pentagon spokesman, aid the army considered its plan for more than a year. (Continued Page 3, Col. 7 ) Today s Index Comics 7D Crossword TD Daily Record 3 A Deaths JA Editorial Features 6 A Farm 6H Financial MD Marion 2B Moi ies 12B Society IOU, HR Sports 11 Mil) State IC-3C Television lh Want Ads I0IM3D